Wang Gives Keynote at International Workshop

Congratulations to Lingfeng Wang, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, who delivered a keynote speech at the 4th International Workshop on Industrial Revolution – Power System Resiliency from Earthquakes and Disasters, in Gyeongju, Korea, Dec. 27. Wang’s presentation was titled “Power System… Read More

Volunteers Needed for FIRST Tech

The College of Engineering & Applied Science will again host Wisconsin’s FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) state championship Feb. 9 and 10 and is looking for volunteers from the engineering community. FTC is a national science and technology challenge in which… Read More

Niu Published in Nano Letters

Congratulations to Junjie Niu, Assistant Professor, Materials Science & Engineering. His article, “Sn Wears Super Skin: A New Design For Long Cycling Batteries” was published in the American Chemical Society (ACS) journal Nano Letters (Impact Factor in 2016: 12.7). “This… Read More

Casting Call

UWM’s Certified Foundry Supports BS, MS, PhD Students This fall, UWM was recertified for three years by the Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF), signaling FEF’s continued support for student scholarships, the college’s Foundry & Material Processing Lab, and new-graduate job placement…. Read More

George Hanson Receives NSF Grant

Congratulations to George Hanson, Professor and Department Chair, Electrical Engineering, who received a National Science Foundation grant in collaboration with Michael Weinert, UWM Distinguished Professor, Physics, and two faculty members at West Virginia University. UWM’s portion of this four-year grant… Read More

Capstone Projects – Fall 2017

Students will present their Capstone Projects at the following times/locations. Please join them to witness their innovative work. Civil Engineering: Dec. 8 beginning at 8:30 a.m.-Noon, EMS 190. For more details, please click here. All students enrolled in CS 995… Read More